Teens make bail in Scituate, get arrested by Cohasset police
Police in Cohasset said two teens were arrested and charged in connection with a number of car break-ins in both Cohasset and Scituate.
Police said that on Nov. 9, a number of Cohasset residents reported car break-ins where money, electronics, credit cards, prescription drugs and other items were taken. The same night, police Scituate also received similar reports.
Detectives were able to identify the teens after one of them used a stolen credit card and was caught by a surveillance camera.
Police arrested Justin Rogers, 18, of Quincy and Tyrell Mosley, 18, of Brockton in connection with the break-ins.
After the two made bail at the Scituate Police department, police said they were arrested by Cohasset Police.
Both were charged with ten counts of breaking and entering in a motor vehicle and eight counts of larceny under $250. Mosley was charged with three counts of improper use of a credit card and one count of attempting to commit a crime.